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Quebec Countryside & Cities from Montreal



8 days from $652

Montréal, Trois Rivières, La Malbaie, Tadoussac, Québec City….all these and more are included in this amazing weeklong package, highlighting the absolute best of Québec. With a perfect mixture of history, cuisine, and culture – this vacation is great for any traveler looking to experience the beautifully unique and magically colorful province!

Mont. Tremblant



    Tour Inclusions
    • 7 nights hotel accommodation
    • Full Day Bike Rental discount coupon
    • National Historic Site Pass
    • Itinerary, brochures, maps and vouchers
    • Hotel luggage handling

    • The Fur Trade at Lachine National Historic Site
    • Fort Lennox National Historic Site
    • Fort Chambly National Historic Site
    • Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site
    • Fortifications of Québec National Historic
    • Old Port of Québec Interpretive Centre


Day 1 - Montréal
Pick up your rental vehicle (not included) upon arrival at Montréal's Dorval airport. After checking in to your hotel, the day is yours to explore this fascinating city's blend of old and new. The buildings of Old Town Montréal date from the 1700's, and today host housing boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Among the attractions in Old Town is Pointe-a-Calliere, Museum of Archaeology and History (not included)—don't miss the underground archaeological tour and multimedia show.

Day 2 - Tremblant

On your way to Tremblant, take a short detour to visit the Fur Trade at Lachine National Historic Site - interactive exhibits depicting life for the fur traders and voyageurs of the 18th century. There are many other activities and points of interest in the Lachine area to visit before you continue on your short trip to Tremblant (approximately 2.5 hours from Lachine).

Day 3 - Tremblant

Today is all yours to explore the great outdoors at Mont Tremblant! You may wish try canoeing, white water rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, 4 X 4 touring, ATV touring, biking, rock climbing, exploring a forest canopy, hiking, air & sea plane tours or any number of water sports. Or you may wish to just wander around the many shops and sample the great cuisine.

Day 4 - Trois-Rivieres

Depart Tremblant bound for Trois-Rivieres. En route, visit Fort Lennox National Historic Site, an authentic reconstruction of a British fortification. Next on your journey is Fort Chambly National Historic Site a stone fort built by the French in 1711 and restored in 1983.

Day 5 - La Malbaie/Pointe-Au-Pic

This morning, visit Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site in Trois-Rivieres, birthplace of Canada's steel industry. Next, continue northward to La Maurice National Park, a hiker's paradise. Continue onto your destination of Pointe-Au-Pic, following the St. Lawrence River. This historic waterway will take you into the scenic Québec countryside that presents many photo opportunities.

Day 6 - La Malbaie/Pointe-Au-Pic
Spend a half day whale watching on the St. Lawrence River and the rest of your day is free to explore on your own.

Day 7 - Québec City

Today you will return to Québec City. Founded in 1606 and North America's only European-style "walled" city, there are a number of excellent national historic sites within the city, each presenting a glimpse of Canada's past. Visit the Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site. Modern-day Québec City is terrific, too - sidewalk cafes, artists and entertainers, shopping, galleries, all brimming with French passion and joie de vivre. Visit the Citadel - Musee du Royal 22nd Regiment.

Day 8 - Québec City

Your vacation concludes today with check out at your hotel and the return of your rental vehicle.





Departure Date Twin Single Triple
May 26-June 24 2013 $819 $1443 $652
June 25-August 25 2013 $967 $1739 $747
August 26-October 20 2013 $866 $1529 $731


Additional Information


Quad Occupancy from $603.
Prices are per person listed in Canadian dollars.